Thanks for taking a look. That's a good point. The main reason I announced it was because I was wondering if I would actually receive any negative
feedback due to there already being too many image viewers out in the market. I suppose I wanted to 'test the waters' so to speak first.
I am in fact working in GitHub, so what that means is that users can actually test it before the first release and look at the (terribly formatted, incredibly ugly) code. Here's the link to that: https://github.com/kotakotakota/ImageTable
Do note that it is VERY much feature incomplete, so don't expect it to work well (or at all) for you yet, but feel free to give it a whirl. The dependencies are Python2, PyGTK, and PyCairo, and you can run it from the terminal with a python imagetable.py I will work on making this a little more user friendly though.
I apologize but I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "May I ask you some features in future wish list?" Can you rephrase? Thanks!
Hi Kota, it looks promising but we cannot comment if you haven't release any version first, alpha or beta stage for example. May I ask you some features in future wish list?